"this world is like a book and those who do not travel read only one page of it" from(i don know) .. My photos dont let me down like my words i guess.So i post more photos than writing lots........

Thursday, March 23, 2006

Perspectives are always Relative

The way we perceive what is



cannot be standardised at all.Its entirely relative.What might be good for one might be bad for the other.This everyone knows.But what we never realise is this------------

A person with whom I travelled with once told me that there can be million dimensions between a

or a



Blogger DiaKL said...

wow..very good topic, I totally agree with you.

And its amazing coincidence, yesterday I was having a conversation with some good friends, drugs problem in Greece was brought up and I told them that I always give to junkies asking me for money on the road and I try to talk to them to quit, my point is if I dont give them, then they will try to steal from someone, but my friend told me that this is wrong because its like I am adding to the continuity of the problem...

Indeed, its all a matter of perception...

March 23, 2006 8:40 PM

Blogger backpack_everyday said...

@ Dia:Yeh its like you cannot totally justify it.Certain things are circumstancial.........too.You might thing what you did at that instant was right.

March 24, 2006 1:45 PM

Blogger Ash said...

Hi! Thanks for visiting my blog and the kind comments.

I totally agree with you, its all a matter of perception. Like they say, "Nothing is good or bad, only thinking makes it so"

March 24, 2006 5:56 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

how i see it:

figure out what your position on right/wrong, good/bad, life/death etc is first.

then find people that agree with you and/or find a country/place where you can do what you want in.

but if you think murdering is good - you might be best suited to a jail.

March 24, 2006 6:11 PM

Blogger shobana venkatram said...

hey cool photos man!! esp the one at sunset where u guys r swimming n the water looks like liquid gold.. WOW!!

March 25, 2006 9:10 PM

Blogger Mridula said...

Have you seen the movie 'Crash?' After reading this post I think you will like it.

March 27, 2006 1:16 PM

Blogger backpack_everyday said...

@Ash:Thanks and yeh very true.

@ Fatty:No fatty its not about acceptance.I have always felt that human life is the most important thing in this world.But i would still support killing a terrorist to stop him from harming innocent helpless lifes....Its not murder and the person who saves the helpless need not be in jail..

@Shobana:Hey thanks a lot and thats a nice comparison..

@mridula:Yeh Mridula I have seen the movie already and I loved it.A very good movie and thanks for mentioning it here.

March 27, 2006 4:22 PM

Blogger "K" Fingerett said...

Thanks for stopping by Vathsan!
I like your blog [I still have a bit more to read- I've reached January in your archives :D]

And Shobana, I agree with you 'liquid gold' thats just as nice as the picture- I like it :D

I'll be back again :)

~K Fingerett

April 04, 2006 5:35 AM

Blogger Merili said...

I couldn't agree more. Almost everything is relative and if you plan to travel you have to get rid of all the barriers and asumptions in order not to descriminate.
When you travel, apsorb everything that is out there, listen, watch, feel the nature around you and you will be enriched. Good luck and thank you for visiting my post. I love the photos you posted, wonderful. Looking forward to more.

April 13, 2006 12:35 AM

Blogger backpack_everyday said...


Travel is an incredible experience and it brings out the real person inside u...

May 08, 2006 2:04 PM

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